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At the end of 2010, ADEME signed agreements with eight French local authorities entrusting them with the task of studying the feasibility of setting up a Priority Action Zone for Air (ZAPA) in their territory (French equivalent of the 'Low Emission Zones' in Europe, that is to say a[…]
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Auteurs ADEME, Olivier Coppieters 't Wallant
Public(s) Bureaux d'études
Collectivités territoriales
Thématique Air et bruit
Collection Hors collection
Date d'édition 2015/06
Type de document Etude / Recherche
Nb. de pages 8 P
Format pdf/A4
Langue EN

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At the end of 2010, ADEME signed agreements with eight French local authorities entrusting them with the task of studying the feasibility of setting up a Priority Action Zone for Air (ZAPA) in their territory (French equivalent of the 'Low Emission Zones' in Europe, that is to say a system making it possible to prohibit or restrict the most polluting vehicles within a given perimeter with a view to reducing road traffic-related atmospheric pollution). Of these eight local authorities, seven completed their ZAPA feasibility study. This document presents the main results.

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